Emma Carson’s review published on Letterboxd:
I wanted to give this four stars but I’m trying to be more objective and not just get excited because I adore Sofia.
It wasn’t the most exciting or unique story in the world. But something about Sofia Coppola’s style is just homey and intriguing to me, even when it’s such a basic plot. It’s the long conversations, simple score/soundtrack, and relatable characters. Nothing feels forced, shots linger and there are awkward pauses.
And Bill Murray singing at a resort in Mexico was good for my soul.